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COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the FIRST Commandment?

 

A: You shall have no other gods before me.

 

(Ex. 20:3)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the THIRD Commandment?

 

A: You shall not take God's name in vain.

 

(Ex. 20:7)

COMMANDMENTS

Q: Which day of the week did God bless (set apart for holy use)?

A: The Sabbath - 7th day, Saturday.

(Ex. 20:11; Gen 2:3)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: If a person claims to be a Christian,

     But says commandment-keeping is

     unnecessary, he is a liar. T or F?

A: True

(1 John 2:4)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the EIGHTH Commandment?

 

A: You Shall not steal.

 

(Ex. 20:15)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q:Which Commandment do we break

     if we say we have no sin?

A: The Ninth (lying)

 

(1Jn. 1:8; Ex. 20:16)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the FIFTH Commandment?

 

A: Honor your father and mother, that

     it may be well with you.

(Ex. 20:12)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What's the SEVENTH Commandment?

 

A: You shall not commit adultery.

 

(Ex. 20:14)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q:What is the Tenth Commandment?

 

A: You shall not covet.

 

(Ex. 20:17)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the NINTH Commandment?

 

A: You shall not lie.

 

(Ex. 20:16)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the second Commandment?

 

A: You shall; not make any idols, and bow

     down to them. (Ex. 20:4-5)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the FOURTH Commandment?

 

A: Remember the Sabbath day, and

    keep  it holy. (Ex. 20:8-11)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Are the Ten Commandments a

     righteous set of laws?

A: YES

 

(Ps. 119:172)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Which day of the week is to be rested

      on?

A: The seventh day (Saturday)

 

(Ex. 20:8-10; Ex. 16:26, 30)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Who actually spoke and wrote the Ten

     Commandments; Moses or God?

A: God

 

(Ex. 20:1; Deut 5:22)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Where in the Bible are all Ten

     Commandments listed together?

A: Ex. 20; Deut 5

 

(Ex. 20; Deut 5)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Paul said "the law is holy, and the

     Commandments are holy, and _______

and _______."

A: Just, Good

(Rom 7:12)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: Did Jesus say He came to make the

     Commandments less binding, or more?

A: More

 

(Matt. 5:17-20)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the Bible definition of sin?

    

A: Sin is the transgression of the law.

 

(1 Jn. 3:4)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: A good _______________ have they

     who keep God's Commandments.

A: Understanding

 

(PS. 111:10)

COMMANDMENTS

 

Q: What is the "greatest Commandment

      in the Law"?

A: Love God with all your heart, mind and soul.

 (Matt.  22:36-38)   

HARD

 

Q: What king saw the "handwriting on

      the wall"?

A: Belshazzar, king of Babylon

 

(Dan. 5)

HARD

 

Q: What will signal the return of Jesus

      Christ?

A: The blast of the 7th trumpet.

 

(Rev. 11:15)

HARD

 

Q: Who was the meekest man who ever

      lived?

A: Moses

 

(Num. 12:3)

HARD

 

Q: What is commonly known as the

     "love chapter"?

A: 1 Cor. 13

 

(1 Cor. 13)

HARD

 

Q: What was Cain's motivation for killing

      his brother Abel?

A: Jealousy over Abel's righteousness

 

(1 Jn. 3:12)

HARD

 

Q: Which man of God confronted several

     hundred priest of Baal on Mt Carmel?

A: Elijah (1 King 18:20-40)

HARD

 

Q: How does Isaiah say our thoughts

     compare with God's?

A: God's thoughts are higher.

 

(Isa. 55:8-9)

HARD

 

Q: What was Cain's motivation for killing

      his brother Abel?

A: Jealousy over Abel's righteousness.

 

(1 Jn. 3:12)

HARD

 

Q: Which prophet married a prostitute,

      because God told him to do so?

A: Hosea

 

(Hos. 1:1-3)

HARD

 

Q:  Which two Apostles were nicknamed

     "the sons of thunder"?

A: James & John, sons of Zebedee

 

(Mk. 5:17, Lk. 9:54)

HARD

 

Q: Name four of the seven things God hates.

 

A: See Proverbs

 

(Prov. 6:16-19)

HARD

 

Q: Name at least seven of the twelve

     tribes of Israel.

A: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Zebulun,

     Issachar, Dan, Gad, Asher, Naphtali,

     Joseph, Benjamin. (Gen. 49)

HARD

 

Q: God says in Isaiah, "To this man will

      I look, even he who is __________."

A: Poor, and of a contrite spirit, and

     trembles at my word."

(Isa 66:2)

HARD

 

Q: What conclusion did Solomon reach

     at the end of the book of Ecclesiastes?

A: "Fear God, and keep His Command-

       ments.

(Eccl. 12:13)

HARD

 

Q: Where are instructions on clean and

      unclean meats found?

A: Lev. 11, Deut. 14

    

 

HARD

 

Q:What does 1 Thes. 5:21 say?

 

A: Prove all things.

 

(1 Thes. 5:21)

HARD

 

Q: Where are the Holy Days all mentioned

     together in the Bible?

A: Lev. 23

      

 

HARD

 

Q: Name the four books in the New

      Testament with only one chapter.

A: Philemon, 2 & 3 John, Jude

    

 

HARD

 

Q: Quote one verse that helps prove

     Christians do not go to heaven upon

     death.

A: Rev. 5:10-We shall reign on earth    

Others: Mat. 5:5, Rev. 20:4-5

HARD

 

Q: What vital ingredient was missing and

     thus caused unbelief among the Israelites

     of Moses' time?

A: Faith

(Heb 4:2)

HARD

 

Q: Abraham was 86 years old when his

      first son was born.  What was that

      son's name?

A: Ishmael    

(Gen. 16)

HARD

 

Q: Name at least 5 of the 9 "fruits of the

     Spirit".

A: Love, joy, peace, longsuffering, faith,

     gentleness, goodness, meekness,  

     temperance. (Gal. 5:22)

HARD

 

Q: Where is the "Sermon on the Mount

      “Found in the Bible?

A: (Mat. 5, 6, 7)

 

 

HARD

 

Q: What chapters are called the

      "Blessings & cursing" chapters.

A: (Lev 26, Deut. 28)

    

 

HARD

 

Q: What two chapters have been called

     "Resurrection chapters"?

A: (I Cor. 15, Rev. 20, & 1 Thes. 4)

      

 

HARD

 

Q: Who was the first recorded gentile

      baptized into the early church

A: Cornelius

 

(Acts 10)

HARD

 

Q: When will those who have been called

      appear before the judgment seat of

      Christ?

A:  We are being judged NOW.   

(1 Pet. 4:17)

HARD

 

Q: What specific place has the Lord

     chosen to be his eternal dwelling place?

A: Zion

      

(Ps. 132:13-14)

HARD

 

Q: What is the ultimate fate of Satan and

      his demons?

A: To be imprisoned in total darkness

 

(Jude 13)

HARD

 

Q: The Bible uses the term "stars" as a

      symbol  for ________________

A: Angels

    

(Rev. 1:20)

HARD

 

Q: What is the LAST thing God created

     during the recreation in Gen 1 & 2?

A: The Sabbath

      

(Gen 1:31 & 2:1-3)

HARD

 

Q: To whom were the oracles (sacred

      writings) entrusted?

A: The Jews

 

(Rom 3:1-2)

HARD

 

Q: If we lack wisdom, what can we do  to

      increase it?

A: Ask God in faith

    

(Jas 1:5-6)

HARD

 

Q: Which Psalm contains a lengthy

     discourse on God's Law?

A: Ps. 119

      

 

HARD

Q: Why did Jesus say He spoke in

      parables?

      a. To make the meaning clearer

      b. To cloud the meaning

      c. As a joke or riddle

A: B to cloud the meaning (Matt 13:13-14)

HARD

 

Q: Quote one verse that helps prove

      Christians do not go to heaven upon

      death.

A: We shall reign on earth    

(Rev. 5:10) Others Matt 5:5, Rev 20:4-5

HARD

 

Q: What are the three weightier matters

     of the law?

A: Judgment, Mercy, Faith

      

(Matt. 23:23)

HARD

 

Q: Which prophet wrote of it being possible

     for people to rob God?

A: Malachi

 

(Mal. 3:8)

HARD

 

Q: What does the "red horse" in Rev 6

      symbolize?

A: War

    

(Rev 6:4)

HARD

 

Q: What is the spiritual problem of the

     church of Laodicea?

A: It's luke warm & self-sufficient.

      

(Rev 3:15-17)

HARD

 

Q: What is commonly called the "faith

      chapter"?

A: (Hebrews 11)

 

 

HARD

 

Q: What conclusion did Solomon reach

      at the end of the book of Ecclesiastes?

A: "Fear God, and keep his Command-

     ments."

(Eccl 12:13)

HARD

 

Q: In what chapter of Hebrews can the

     basic doctrines of the church be found?

A: (Heb. 6:1-2)

      

 

HARD

 

Q: How many children of Jacob (Israel) are listed in the Bible?

    

A: 13, 12 sons, one daughter

 

(Gen 30:21)

HARD

 

Q: How does one receive the Holy Spirit?

     

A: Through repentance, baptism & the

     laying on of hands.

(Acts 2:38, 8:17)

HARD

 

Q: To whom did Abraham pay tithes?

   

A: Melchisecdec

      

(Gen 14:18-20)

HARD

 

Q: Who tried to buy the Holy Spirit   with money?

A: Simon Magus

 

(Acts 8:18-21)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Only a _________ says in his heart,

"There is no God."

A: Fool

 

(Ps. 14:1, 53:1)

MEDIUM

 

Q: True or False?  In the millenium saints

will judge the angels.

A: True

 

(I Cor. 6:3)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Jesus said that just as Jonah was in

the great fish's belly so would He be three

days and night in the _____ of the _____.

A:  Heart of the earth

(Mat 12:40)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Why wasn't the first generation of

Israelites who left Egypt allowed to enter

the promised land?

A.  Because of unbelief

(Heb 3:19)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who slew both a lion and a bear while

he was still a youth?

A: David

 

(I Sam 17:34)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the source of absolute truth?

 

A: God's Word

 

(John 17:17)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who is called the "deceiver of the

whole world"?

A: Satan the devil

 

(Rev 12:9)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the first lie recorded in the Bible?

 

A: "Ye shall not surely die."

 

(Gen 3:4)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who does the Bible say was a "man

after God's own heart"?

A: David

 

(Acts 13:22)

MEDIUM

 

Q: On what annual Holy Days was the

Holy Spirit given to the original Apostles?

A: Pentecost

 

(Acts 2:1-4)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Where does God describe the

character traits of a virtuous woman?

A: Prov 31

 

(Prov 31:10-31)

MEDIUM

 

Q: How many books are there in the Old

Testament?

A: 39

 

 If you don't believe me count them. :-)

MEDIUM

 

Q:  What two things did Jesus say we should do unobserved by men that we may be rewarded openly by God?

 

A: Prayer and fasting

 

(Matt. 6:6; 16-18)

MEDIUM

 

Q:  Where did God first separate man’s speech into different languarges?

 

A: Babel

 

(Gen. 11:1-9)

MEDIUM

 

Q: God the Father created all things by himself (True or False)

 

A: False, He created everything by Jesus Christ

 

(Jn. 1:1-3; Eph 3:9)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who did Jesus say would sit on twelve thrones ruling the tribes of Israel in the Millenium?

 

A: The twelve Apostels

 

(Matt. 19:28)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Of all the Israelites over 20 years of age who left Egypt, only two entered the promised land.  Who were they?

 

A:  Joshua & Caleb

 

(Num. 32:11-12)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the Bible’s definition of faith?

 

A: The evidence of things not yet seen.

 

(Heb. 11:1)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the Bible’s definition of sin?

 

A: Sin is the transgression of the law.

 

(1 John 3:4)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Jesus said world conditions at the time of His return would be similar to those in the days of _____________?

 

A: Noah (Matt. 24:37)

 

()

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who was the first born of Jacob (Israel)?

 

A: Reuben

 

(Gen. 49:3)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What did Joseph name his two sons?

 

A: Ephraim & Manasseh

 

(Gen. 41:51-52)

MEDIUM

 

Q:  Who Was the father of Abraham?

 

A:  Terah

 

(Gen.  11:27)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Where are clean and unclean meats mentioned in the Bible?

 

A: (Lev 11; Deut14)

 

MEDIUM

 

Q: What was Paul’s occupation while at Corinth?

 

A: Tentmaker

 

(Acts 18:3)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who will be king over all Israel in the Millenium?

 

A: David

 

(Ezek. 37:22-24)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What reward did Jesus promise to those who are “meek”?

 

A: The meek will inherit the earth.

 

(Matt. 5:5)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the root cause of all wars?

 

A: Lust

 

(Jas. 4:1)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What does God’s word have to say about tattoos?

 

A: Don’t get them.

 

(Lev. 19:28)

MEDIUM

 

Q: The Word of God is quick, and powerful, sharper than any _____________.

 

A: Two-edged sword

 

(Heb. 4:12; Rev. 2:12)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who does the Bible say was a “man after God’s heart”?

 

A: David

 

(Acts 13:22)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What did Esau receive in exchange for his birthright?

 

A: A bowl of pottage (Soup)

 

(Gen. 25:33-34)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Which king of Israel wanted to build the Temple but was not allowed to do so?

 

A: David

 

(1 Chron. 17:;1-15)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Which Apostle was NOT present when Jesus first appeared to the others after His resurrection?

 

A: Thomas

 

(John 20:24)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who was the longest lived man recorded in the Bible?

 

A: Methuseleh

 

(Gen. 5:27)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who was Lamech’s Son?

 

A: Noah

 

(Gen 5:28)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who was the husband of Lisheba?

 

A: Aaron

 

(Ex. 6:23)

MEDIUM

 

Q: How many days was Noah in the ark before it began to rain?

 

A: Seven Days

 

(Gen 7:10)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who ate food prepared by and angel?

 

A: Elijah

 

(1 Kings 19:5-9)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What was Jesus first public miracle?

 

A: Turning water into wine.

 

(Jn. 2:1-11)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Who was the Apostle chosen to take the place of Judas Iscariot?

 

A: Matthias

 

(Acts 1:26)

MEDIUM

 

Q: Did Jesus command us to remember His birth or His death?

 

A: Death

 

(1 Cor. 11:25-26)

MEDIUM

 

Q: What is the 50th year called in the Bible?

 

A: Jubilee

 

(Lev. 25:11)

EASY

 

Q: Does God laugh?

 

A: Yes

 

(Ps. 37:10; Ps. 59:8)

EASY

 

Q: Does God promise to heal us of our illnesses?

 

A: Yes

 

(Jas. 5:14-15; Ex. 15:26; Ps. 103:3)

EASY

 

Q: On which day of the “creation week” was man created?

 

A: The sixth day.

 

(Gen 1:26-31)

EASY

 

Q: Did Simon Peter have a wife?

 

A: Yes

 

(Mark 1:30; Luke 4:38)

EASY

 

Q: Who was the son of Abraham and Sarah?

 

A: Isaac

 

(Gen. 21:3)

EASY

 

Q: Who were the sons of Noah

 

A: Shem, Ham, & Japheth.

 

(Gen 6:10)

EASY

 

Q: Whose wife became a pillar of salt?

 

A: Lot’s

 

(Gen 19:15-16, 26)

EASY

 

Q: What price did Judas receive for betraying Jesus?

 

A: 30 pieces of silver.

 

(Matt. 26:15)

EASY

 

Q: Who was Adam’s third son

 

A: Seth

 

(Gen. 4:25)

EASY

 

Q: Who was the harlot whose life was spared during the battle of Jericho?

 

A: Rahab

 

(Josh 6:17-25)

EASY

 

Q: Does the Bible say there have been giants living on the earth?

 

A: Yes

 

(Gen. 6:4)

EASY

 

Q: True or False?  The Apostle Peter referred to Noah as a “preacher of righteousness”.

 

A: True

 

(2 Pet. 2:5)

EASY

 

Q: Which Bible hero had long hair, a beard, and was very strong?

 

A: Samson

 

(Judges 15)

EASY

 

Q: Name the last book in the OLD Testament.

 

A: Malachi

 

EASY

 

Q: Who killed 1000 Philistines with the jawbone of an ass?

 

A: Samson

 

(Judges 15:14-20)

EASY

 

Q: Name the four “Gospels”

 

A: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

 

()

EASY

 

Q: Is it possible for God to lie?

 

A: No

 

(Titus 1:2)

EASY

 

Q: What was Jesus’ profession?

 

A: He was a carpenter.

 

(Mark 6:33)

EASY

 

Q: Was Jesus ever tempted to break the commandments?

 

A: Yes

 

(Heb. 4:15)

EASY

 

Q: Who is the Head of the one true church?

 

A: Jesus

 

(Col. 1:18)

EASY

 

Q: How many pairs of CLEAN beasts did Noah take aboard the  ark?

 

A: Seven

 

(Gen 7:2)

EASY

 

Q: Can angels die?

 

A: No

 

(Luke 20:35-36)

EASY

 

Q: Did Jesus Christ have physical brothers and sisters

 

A: Yes

 

(Mark 6:33)

EASY

 

Q: What did God remove from Adam’s body to create a woman?

 

A: A rib.

 

(Gen 2:22)

EASY

 

Q: Do the angels know when Jesus Christ will return to earth?

 

A: No

 

(Matt. 24:36)

EASY

 

Q: Does God condone swearing in court?

 

A: No

 

(Matt. 5:33-37)

EASY

 

Q: Which of Jesus’ disciples denied knowing Him?

 

A: Peter.

 

(Matt. 26:33-34)

EASY

 

Q: Who was the first murder?

 

A: Cain

 

(Gen 4:8)

EASY

 

Q: Does God appreciate prayers that are memorized and repeated?

 

A: No

 

(Matt. 6:5-8)

EASY

 

Q: Who gave the animals their names?

 

A: Adam

 

(Gen 2:19)

EASY

 

Q: Does God promise to reward us for our works?

 

A: Yes

 

(Rev. 22:12)

EASY

 

Q: Do the wind and the sea obey the commands of Jesus?

 

A: Yes

 

(Matt. 8:23-27)

EASY

 

Q: Does Satan have his own ministers?

 

A: Yes

 

(2 Cor. 11:13-15)

EASY

 

Q: On which day of the week did Jesus attend worship services?

 

A: The Sabbath (Saturday)

 

(Luke 4:16)

EASY

 

Q: Will God’s Kingdom be set up on this earth?

 

A: Yes

 

(Mic. 4:1-4; Rev. 5:10)

EASY

 

Q: Who killed the giant, Goliath?

 

A: David

 

(1 Sam. 17:49-50)

EASY

 

Q: After the flood, what sign did God set in the heavens?

 

A: A rainbow

 

(Gen. 9:13)

EASY

 

Q: Was Jesus Christ born to be a king?

 

A: Yes

 

(John 18:37)

EASY

 

Q:

 

A:

 

()

EASY

 

Q: What did the Israelites call the bread from heaven in the wilderness?

 

A: Manna (What is it?)

 

(John 6:31; Ex. 16:15)

EASY

 

Q: What was Satan’s name, originally?

 

A: Lucifer

 

(Isa. 14:12)

EASY

 

Q: Was Paul a Roman citizen?

 

A: Yes

 

(Acts 22:25-26)

EASY

 

Q: How long did Jesus fast before His temptation by Satan?

 

A: 40 days

 

(Mark 1:13)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: The Ethiopian eunuch was baptized by whom?

 

A: Philip

 

(Acts 8:38)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: How did the Israelites of Moses’ time experience a type of baptism?

 

A: When they  passed through the Red Sea.

 

(Ex. 14:22; 1 Cor. 10:1-2)

 

BAPTISIM

 

Q: What was John the Baptist’s reaction when Jesus asked John to baptize Him?

 

A: He felt unworthy to do it.

 

(Matt. 3:14)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: We must be baptized into the name of __________ and _________and__________.

 

A: God the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit.

 

(Matt. 28:19-20; Acts 2:38 & 8:16)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Did Jesus personally baptize anyone?

 

A: No

 

(John 4:2)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Are we baptized into Christ’s life or death?

 

A: His death

 

(Rom. 6:3)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After baptism, we should walk in ___________ of life.

 

A: Newness.

 

(Rom 6:4)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Who baptized Paul?

 

A: Ananias.

 

(Acts 22:12-16)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Does God promise to stop chastening us after we are baptized?

 

A: No

 

(Heb. 12:6)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After baptism, we receive God’s Holy Spirit by the ___________.

 

A: Laying on of hands.

 

(Acts 8:38)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: In what river was Jesus baptized?

 

A: Jordan

 

(Mat 3:6-16)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Acts 2:38 says everyone needs to be bapized for the __________ of sin.

 

A: remission

 

(Acts 2:38)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Why is everyone in need of repentance and baptism?

 

A: Because all have sinned.

 

(Rom. 3:23 & 6:3, 6-7)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Who baptized Jesus?

 

A: John the Baptist.

 

(Mark 1:9; Mat 3:13-16)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Baptism must be by immersion, for it pictures a type of burial.  True or False

 

A: True

 

(Col. 2:12) Greek “baptize” means “immerse”.

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After baptism, are we to separate ourselves from unclean things?

 

A: Yes

 

(2 Cor. 6:17)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After Jesus’ baptism, the Spirit descended on Him in the bodily shape of a ______________ .

 

A: Dove

 

(Luke 3:22; Mat 3:16-17)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Is our baptism a type of death of our former sinful ways?  Yes or No

 

A: Yes

 

(Rom. 6:4-6)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: When a person comes up out of baptism, is it a type of resurrection to a new life in Christ?

 

A: Yes

 

(Rom. 6:4-5)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After Christ’s baptism, how did God the Father indicate His pleasure?

 

A: Heaven opened, and a “dove” descended, the a voice stated God was pleased.

 

(Matt. 3:16-17)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: After baptism God will give us His Holy Spirit only if we show we are willing to obey Him.  True or False.

 

A: True

 

(Acts 5:32; 2:38)

BAPTISIM

 

Q: Did Jesus command baptism?

 

A: Yes

 

(Mark 16:15-16)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: When David sinned by numbering Israel, how many choices of punishment did God off him?

 

A: Three

 

(1 Chron. 21:9-12)

TRIAL  [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: Who was the Roman Governor who presided at Jesus’ trial?

 

A: Pontius Pilate

 

(Matt. 27:11-24)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Who was wrongly accused of sinning with the wife of Potiphar in Egypt?

 

A: Joseph

 

(Gen. 39)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Who was the criminal released at the time Jesus was on trial befor Pilate?

 

A: Barabbas

 

(Matt. 27:15-21)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: What was Abraham’s supreme test of faith involving his son Isaac?

 

A:  He was told to offer him for a burnt offering to God.

 

(Gen. 22:1-2; Heb 11:17)

TRIAL [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Who was the high Priest at Jesus’ trial?

 

A: Caiaphas

 

(John 18:13,24)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Who was the High Priest’s servant whose ear was cut off by Peter?

 

A: Malchus

 

(John 18:10)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Where in the Bible can the parable of the talents be found?

 

A: Where in the Bible can the parable of the talents be found?

 

(Matt. 25:14-30)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Who appealed to Caesar while on trial before Festus in Caesaria?

 

A: Paul

 

(Acts 25:11-12)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Why should we REJOICE even in the midst of a trial?

 

A: Because if we suffer as Christ did, we shall also share His glory.

 

(1 Peter 4:12-13)

TRIAL  [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: True or False?  God allows tests and trials to befall those whom He loves?

 

A: True

 

(Heb. 12:6)

TRIAL  [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: Did Christ suffer as an example for us of how to endure trials?

 

A: YES

 

(1 Pet. 2:21-24)

TRIAL  [TWO TALENTS]

 

Q: Which Bible writer speaks of our faith being “tried by fire” to purify us?

 

A: Peter

 

(1 Pet. 1:7)

TRIAL

 

Answer one COMMANDMENT question and receive the appropriate talents.

 

TRIAL

 

Answer one MEDUUM question receive the appropriate talents.

 

 

TRIAL

 

The Player to your right will ask you a question from the category of his or her choice.  Receive the appropriate talents.

 

 

TRIAL

 

Answer one EASY question and receive the appropriate talent.

 

 

TRIAL [ONE TALENT]

 

Be thankful for trials and receive ONE TALENT.

 

TRIAL

 

For refusing to work on the Sabbath, receive TWO TALENTS.

 

 

TRIAL

 

Answer one HARD question and receive the appropriate talents.

 

TRIAL

 

 Back up one space and answer question.  Receive the appropriate talents.

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT}

 

Q: Did Jesus promise that His followers would be hated and persecuted by the world around them?

A: YES

(Matt. 10:22-23)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: True or False?  God allows tests and trials to befall those whom He loves?

 

A: True

 

(Heb. 12:6)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: Did Christ suffer as an example for us of how to endure trials?

 

A: YES

 

(1 Pet. 2:21-24)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: “But when they ___________ you in  this city, flee ye into another.”

 

A: Persecute

 

(Matt 10:23)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: “All that will live Godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer _______________.

 

A: Persecution

 

(2 Tim 3:12)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: “Blessed are they who are persecuted for  ____________ sake.”

 

 

A: Righteousness

 

(Matt 5:10)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: Who was stoned to death in the seventh chapter of Acts

 

A: Stephen

 

(Acts 7:58-60)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: Who was the first recorded Christian martyr?

 

A: Stephen

 

(Acts 7:54-6-)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: The Bible promises that if a person lives as Christ did, he or she will be persecuted.  (T or F)

 

A: TRUE

 

(2 Tim 3:12)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: What king had Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego thrown into a fiery furnace?

 

 

A: Nebuschadnezzar

 

(Dan. 3:20-21)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: Yes or No?  Does Jesus tell us to pray for those who persecute us?

 

A: YES

 

(Matt. 5:44)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: What king persecuted David

 

 

A: Saul

 

(2 Sam 18:28, 29)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: True or False?  Before his conversion, Paul persecuted the Church of God.

 

A: TRUE

 

(1 Cor. 15:9; Gal 1:13)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: What is the “number” which identifies the evil “Beast” of Rev. 13?

 

 

A: 666

 

(Rev. 13:18)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: What king persecuted and put to death John the Baptist?

 

A: Herod

 

(Matt. 14:1-10)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: Who was tricked into having Daniel cast into a den of lions?

 

 

A: King Darius

 

(Dan. 6:1, 12-16)

PERSECUTION [TWO TALENT]

 

Q: The eyes of Samson were put out by the _____________?

 

A: Philistines

 

(Judges 16:21)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Pay the Banker TWO TALENTS as an illegal tax.

 

 

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

The “unjust judge” fines you TWO TALENTS.

 

 

 

 

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

The angel of the Lord sets you free.  Receive NO TALENTS.  Proceed next turn.

 

 

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Give TWO TALENTS to the player on your right.

 

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Q: Are other players persecuting you?  Fulfill Rom. 12:14 by giving each player ONE TALENT!

 

 

 

(Rom. 12:14)

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Lose one turn – receive NO TALENTS.

 

 

PERSECUTION [ONE TALENT]

 

Give ONCE TALENT to each player on the board who has not progressed as far as you have.